Course Start DatesThursday 13th February 2020
About the Course
Come along to learn how to make container candles in a relaxed, friendly group (maximum 4 - adults only please) and make some candles to take home. Learn to use fragrances and colours to make candles in glass containers and teacups. This is a great place to start learning the craft of candle making.
During this 3 hour workshop you will find out about the different kinds of candles which can be made along with different types of wax for various candles, and how to add fragrances and colours. We will be concentrating on starting with the basics of container candle making.
You will be making two 20cl glass container candles as well as a teacup and saucer candle - all using soy wax - and by adding choices of colour and fragrances.
We will have time to discuss making other kinds of candles such as pillar candles, wax melts, floating candles, striped candles, and much more.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
You will take home two 20cl glass container candles as well as a teacup and saucer candle.
Please note that teacups and saucers are from a selection which I have collected and may not match exactly but you are free to have a look through the selection which I have and make your own choice. You are of course also welcome to supply your own - please contact me for advice before the Workshop if you would like to do this.
Tea, coffee, hot and cold drinks plus a plentiful supply of biscuits are included.
Please let me know if you have any food and fragrance or skin allergies when booking. Thank you.
Very nice tutor, informative and fun class. The perfect first step to candle making
Anoli - - #26514
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